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Sally Bowler
Mediation Awareness Week was just over a week ago. If it passed you by, find out more here

What are the organisers of Mediation Week hoping to achieve? Although mediation has made huge strides into public and business life over the last 30 years, it still has a long way to go. In particular, many people remain unaware that mediation is a serious option for them in resolving disputes of all kinds—commercial, family, […]

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Bhavini Kalaria
How to Make Your Contracts Bullet-Proof

Not all contracts are created equal, and the wrong phrasing or a missing clause could mean the difference between a successful or unsuccessful claim. The only way to make your contract enforceable in Court is by having an experienced solicitor carefully draft the agreement and by including certain key clauses. Confidentiality clause A confidentiality or […]

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Beyzade beyzade
Are you or your business owed money? Are you intending to issue a bankruptcy petition?

Changes in the law with effect from 1st October 2015 After a consultation, the Government have announced changes to levels for Creditor Bankruptcy Petitions. The changes will take effect from the 1st October 2015 and introduce the following:- The level of minimum debt that can trigger bankruptcy will rise from £750 to £5,000. As the […]

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